We snooped around the garden to find the Firsts on August 1st!
The first sunflower
The first and only banana cluster is morphing from bud to fruit.🍌
Daphne 'Briggs Moonlight'
(the pink flower is a tall phlox)
The first "High Biscuit" flowers!!
Happy Firsts in your Garden!
Wyatt and Tegan
You have tigers in your garden?ReplyDelete
Wyatt, Tegan, you need to sort that out!
oh we never saw a banana from a garden... I hope for a good harvest... we have something first too: one figue... either we invite all peeps from our kraal or all facebook friends for a figue party... or we invite them all ;O)))ReplyDelete
What cool stuff!ReplyDelete
Wow, what a pawsome collection of fursts!!!!ReplyDelete
Loves and licky kisses
Princess Leah xxx
Love all of your firsts! The sky behind the sunflower is incredible!ReplyDelete
Lots of firsts! Hope you are enjoying the "dog days of August!"ReplyDelete
OMD, what a pawesome garden!ReplyDelete
Those are a bunch of cool firsts. We are interested in seeing how that flower morphs into a bunch of bananas.ReplyDelete
You are growing bananas???? How cool!ReplyDelete
Hazel & Mabel
Wow! you did well finding all those Firsts!ReplyDelete
You have the most beautiful firsts! mags and gusReplyDelete
Oh my stars my mom's eyes glazed over when she saw that gorgeous 'mater......WOW The flowers are lovely tooReplyDelete
Hugs madi your bfff
We love your firsts! Looks like a right proper summer is going on. Woo-hoo!ReplyDelete
Sam & Elsa 🐾
OMD...That's a lot of FURsts... BOLReplyDelete
That's a whole lot of firsts in your garden. BUT you and Tegan are the best firsts with us. Mom says that tomato looks just about perfect. Enjoy.ReplyDelete
Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber
OMD, Ma wants to just eats that tomato like an apple! You made her drool....gross! Looks like you have the same High Biscuit plant that Ma has! She was surprised to see like a DOZEN buds on one stalk! kerazy!ReplyDelete
She will take a picture (cause it just opened today!) and show you guys!
Wow! You have a beautiful assortment of flowers! Many of our flowers are getting dried out because our lack of rain.ReplyDelete